Thursday, April 30, 2009

Seeqpod launches its Napster 2.0 phase

Seeqpod is dead. But just as Napster died, and got replaced by something with the same name, but useless, and Muxtape died, and got replaced by something with the same name, but uselss, here's the new Seeqpod. It's... well, useless, as Hypebot discovered:

The site os back online, but all of its popular former functionalities are gone. "We'll be back soon, stay tuned!" is the only explanation along with "Meanwhile, enjoy one of our featured artists" and an offer for indie band Arlo Hero's new EP plus a Seeqpod T-Shirt for just $4. Whether this signals a new direction for an embattled Seeqpod or they are just cleaning out their swag closet is unclear.

Another victory for the music industry - by making it that bit harder to find mp3s online, they're sure to arrest the decline in CD sales.


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